Cody Cupboard volunteers enjoy new facility.
A Cody woman is facing a felony child endangerment charge after authorities reportedly found methamphetamine in the system of her 6-month-old baby last year.
With the State of Wyoming trimming back its funding for K-12 education, the Powell school district is looking at what to cut and what to keep in its budget.
Colton Curtis has the opportunity to compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles in May.
Cody will eliminate the summer school program in 2018.
A plan to build a new drone manufacturing facility at the Powell Municipal Airport with a mix of public and private dollars has been canceled.
Moisture has caused the ground to slide near Dead Indian Creek and led to cracks in the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway.
The South Big Horn County Hospital Board informed members of the public about an ongoing joint-investigation by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
News of the DEA-DCI investigation comes after a tumultuous month at the hospital — three providers resigned in a high-profile manner raising concerns about the Hospital's management and future.
From dusty prairies to deep seas to outer space, Jim Gilman takes art to new levels with his students at Powell High School.
Described as an innovative teacher who challenges students and encourages teamwork, Gilman was recently named the Park County School District #1’s Teacher of the Year.
Inflow into the Buffalo Bill Reservoir is expected to be 162 percent of the 30-year average in 2017’s high-water season.
BREAKING NEWS: An appeals court has lifted federal protections for gray wolves in Wyoming.
Tearing down the DeWitt Student Center at Northwest College and building a new student center in its place would be faster and cheaper than constructing a new building in phases.
First time disease has been found in Cody since April 2015.
A team of wildlife experts, veterinarians and volunteers stood silently as a helicopter came into view after it crested the hills east of Lovell on Saturday. The helicopter made its way toward the group as they stood waiting in a staging area set up next to the Kane boat ramp near the causeway. As it approached, a string of four bewildered Bighorn sheep recently plucked from the Devil’s Canyon herd, now suspended from the helicopter, came into view. [ 1,485 more word ]
While a new 1 cent sales tax will take effect in April, City of Powell leaders say the Absaroka Street upgrades that the tax will fund likely won’t wrap up until the fall of 2019.